Did you know that Invited is not only a book but was designed to be read in community? Yep, it's true! I've designed supplemental material and a video series that will help you ease into discussion with your people. While Invited is woven with stories of hospitality and celebrations there are also topics such as anxiety, perfection, and fear of missing out that cuts to the heart of many women. My prayer is that this book will be a great way for you to "invite" a friend to join you in small group so that you may come out of the eight weeks better knowing one another and who you are in Christ.
Get all the details you need on how to host an Invited small group + a free small group leader guide in today's post!
God created us to live life together. The beauty of today is we can still be friends even if we don't live right down the road. Good friends are an investment in life; something that we can't do without. If you've ever had to move and leave good friends behind, may this post encourage you on how to keep those friendships alive.
Sharing begins with small groups. God places people together in small groups to connect his church to greater serve the community. Just as we gather round the fire grill, waiting for the pizza to be fully cooked, so must the church gather in small groups to be in community. In today's post, we learn not only how to make a homemade pizza, but what living in the community looks like for the church.
If you aren't living in a space that you are content to dwell in, have you considered the option of moving? Are you willing to step out in faith - whether it be across the nation, across the sea, or across the street - to live where God is calling you to serve your community?
May today's post help you find clarity and contentment with where you call home.
God grabs us by his righteous right hand and he wants us to grab somebody else with the other. I get that groups get too big or personalities don't mesh but that still shouldn't stop us from inviting. We need to get back to the root of loving our neighbors and begin to invite again. Learn how to get over your fear of missing out in today's post.